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post #1 of 6 Old 05-31-2019, 02:26 PM Thread Starter
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Attack Performance Rearsets 2005-2019 ZX6R

I have a set of Attack rearsets in excellent condition for sale. They will fit the 05-19 ZX6R. About the only blemish on them is on the end of the brake side peg, from loading/unloading in a small trailer next to my buddy's bike. It is barely noticeable. The shift side is brand new and that side alone cost me $300 to replace last year after a lowside destroyed the entire rearset. Also has a brand new shift rod that I believe is setup for the 05-12 due to it being "female" on both ends. I have a shift rod for the 2013+ as well so let me know what you have. I will ship it out priority mail asap upon payment. $295 shipped in the US.

I still have that practically new OEM CCT that I can combine in the deal. Quiet down that Kawi tick a bit

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post #2 of 6 Old 05-31-2019, 03:57 PM
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Out of curiosity, what did you replace them with? I have these on my bike and I'm a little concerned that they could dig in and cause the bike to flip if I lowsided and slid onto the grass.
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Out of curiosity, what did you replace them with? I have these on my bike and I'm a little concerned that they could dig in and cause the bike to flip if I lowsided and slid onto the grass.
I wouldn't worry about that any more than any other brand out there. I think the peg will give way before it dug in too much and flipped the bike. Tbo the only reason I am selling is because I never got comfortable shifting with them(standard shift). They are super grippy, and my foot would hang up a bit and clip the shift pedal when I didn't want it to. There's a tricky little section on my home track of Portland International heading into the back straight where you are WOT, and it is a bit off camber so your rear tire is spinning up at high rpm, and its damn scary to move your foot under the shift pedal as it is let alone if my foot isn't moving freely enough. That said, most use GP shift at that track, which is a huge plus in that section. I haven't been comfortable enough with switching to gp shift and learning by bombing out of the hot pit into T1. Lol

I decided to apply for a sponsorship with Woodcraft Technologies since I hear great things about their rearsets. So I am gonna give them a try. I kinda want to hold on to the Attacks until I try the Woodcraft, but race funds is forcing this sale

Anyway, I think my lowside last year was just super bad luck in that the rearset bracket snapped in half and the the rest of it was ground into smithereens between my frame and the track. This is all I came back to the pits with.

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Pm’d Ya and then saw your message a few days ago. I forgot to switch notifications to my new email..🤦‍♂️ I am in need of these and use my ones I broke as back ups and just replace the one part that snapped at Road America on Monday in Canada Corner.
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Pmd Ya and then saw your message a few days ago. I forgot to switch notifications to my new email..🤦‍♂️ I am in need of these and use my ones I broke as back ups and just replace the one part that snapped at Road America on Monday in Canada Corner.
I'm glad it worked out man! I posted them up because I thought you had found another set already when I didn't hear back.

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They are super grippy, and my foot would hang up a bit and clip the shift pedal when I didn't want it to. There's a tricky little section on my home track of Portland International heading into the back straight where you are WOT, and it is a bit off camber so your rear tire is spinning up at high rpm, and its damn scary to move your foot under the shift pedal as it is let alone if my foot isn't moving freely enough.
Thanks for the detailed info! I'm from Portland, so hopefully I'll get to put it to use one day at PIR.
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